- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board is a public sector organization established in 2011. - It promotes Information Technology, IT-enabled services, and IT-enabled education in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. - The board has had significant achievements in good governance, public service delivery, and introducing ICT in governance. - It has contributed to creating employment opportunities and promoting ICT businesses, innovation, and entrepreneurship. - The board's impact is visible in areas such as efficiency, accountability, transparency, and provision of employable digital skills.



Project Name

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board


Information Technology


Government projects of whole province are very difficult to manage and to track record of projects when they are done differently in different cities for the development of citizens across the province. There is no online admission system for the collages of whole province. No projects for the women. There was not much development in the IT sector for the province.



  • Online admission system for the all-government collages of the province 
  • Citizen portal for the citizen of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa where everyone can file a valid compliant and then the consulting department solve the problem of citizens
  • Through this project KP govt. offers internship program to the skilled persons of province
  • Different software houses register under this organization to work for the betterment of common man
  • Khuddar Program: This project is specially for disabled persons through this project they can work on the skills like Graphic design, Web development and Digital marketing and earn for themselves by sitting at their homes
  • KPIT Board under its flagship program, KP Youth Employment Program, started an initiative named “Women Empowerment through Digital Skills,” which aimed to ensure women’s inclusion in the digital economy. The project was supported by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa IT Board, funded by Multi-Donor Trust Fund and The World Bank.
  • The computer-Based Testing System (CBTS) for Cadet College South Waziristan is an innovative solution designed to ensure fair and efficient conduct of examinations while reducing administrative burdens. By leveraging technology, this system aims to provide accurate and timely results, ultimately promoting academic excellence within the institution.
  • The Flood Assessment Project, completed within an impressive timeframe of just 3 days by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB), is a powerful and user-friendly tool designed to assess the impact of floods. This one-pager highlights the project's exceptional usability and key features, emphasizing its significance in aiding the recovery efforts for the affected regions.


The implementation of Skeding has yielded significant outcomes for companies and individual users alike. Organizations leveraging the app have experienced substantial time savings, with an average of 30 hours per week saved in a 12-person team. Individually, users have reported saving approximately 5 hours per week. These time savings can be attributed to the elimination of the back-and-forth communication typically required to set up meetings.